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John Siegenthaler

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We need thermal storage tanks with lower standby loss

December 19, 2016 by John Siegenthaler

Thermal storage tanks play an important role in several types of hydronic heating and cooling systems. This is especially true of systems with renewable energy heat sources such as solar thermal collectors, heat pumps, or biomass boilers. The most common

CIPHEX West
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Trade show features full conference program, including hydronics

October 21, 2016 by Kerry Turner

In addition to 30,000 square feet of exhibits, CIPHEX West trade show will also feature a full conference program, new product showcase, the Canadian Hydronics Conference and the new Executive Summit. Held at the Vancouver Convention Centre, CIPHEX West is

Eden Energy Equipment,John Siegenthaler, distribution efficiency
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Contractors flock to Eden Energy education session

September 17, 2016

Eden Energy Equipment hosted Contemporary Approaches to Hydronic Heating and Cooling in Guelph, ON on September 13 and 14. Presented by John Siegenthaler, topics in the session included hydraulic separation; distribution efficiency and low power pumping; combining hydronics and geothermal

pellet boiler,John Siegenthaler
Article ConstructionHeatingHydronics

Making the switch from oil-fired to a pellet-fired boiler

September 8, 2016 by John Siegenthaler

During the last two years I have been reviewing submittals for proposed heating systems using pellet-fired boilers. They come from heating professionals ranging from installers to professional engineers. These submittals are required to participate in a state incentive program that

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Online course on air-to-water heat pump systems begins next month

August 1, 2016

HeatSpring, in partnership with John Siegenthaler, P.E., and the SpacePak division of Mestek Corporation, will soon launch a five-week online course entitled: Application of Air-to-Water Heat Pumps for Hydronic Heating and Cooling. This course explains the benefits of combining modern